Classic rock and country-rock compilation in the recent AEI Music Propac lot (centre-left). It was published probably around 1991 or 1992. They called it "mixed tempo" but I would classify it more as "upbeat". From the high-frequency response and lack of dropouts I would guess the tape didn't get played much. Funny, arguably the best-quality tape in the lot is (strictly MHO) also the one that's the least listenable (though it does have a couple Stevie Ray and Charlie Daniels cuts so I'll give it that).
No restoration, EQ or noise reduction was done on this transfer. Speed reduction was -26.75% (-25% and -1.75% to correct for possibly faulty mastering equipment). The audio has been split into separate mono tracks for this presentation. None of these tapes included any documentation.
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